If mankind were to die, it would die taking vengeance.

Space Avenger

They wiped out his people. All of mankind. Hope was truly lost: his race would die with him. And so one man made a decision in the name of all men who ever were: If mankind were to die, it would die taking vengeance.

SPACE AVENGER is a tale of a desperate fight against unwinnable odds. They will never stop coming until you are destroyed. The only question is: how many will you take with you?

  • Fight plasma bolt-throwing Gunships, deadly Hunters, rapid-firing Marauders and powerful, armored Dreadnaughts
  • Use special abilities like Plasma Beam, Scatter Shot, Teleportation and Ghost Mode.
  • Upgrade your ship’s Speed, Maneuverability, Fire Rate, Armor, Recharge Rate and Recharge Capacity.
  • Get extra play time with heals and extra lives.

Click inside the game below then press any key to begin

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Keyboard Controls:

  • Use the LEFT and RIGHT arrow keys to move the Avenger.
  • Use the SPACE BAR to fire.
  • Use CTRL to activate special abilities.
  • Use Page Up and Page Down to cycle through available abilities
  • Use P to pause.

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Posted by Ludonautics on March 14th, 2018 at 11:22 pm




A gibbering mouther, one of my favorite post-Monster Manual 1st ed AD&D creatures.

(Erol Otus, from C1 The Hidden Shrine of Tamoachan, TSR, 1980.)

The first published illustration of a gibbering mouther had to be by Otus.  I always thought there was some inspiration from Picasso here.  Maybe it’s the orientation of the highest mouths above the chaos, similar to the central horse in Guernica.

This is another classic piece available as a signed print through the Eye of the Beholder D&D art documentary on Kickstarter for one more day.